Profit & Loss Practise Set for Banking Exams: 1.) A lost 25% by selling an article for rs.6900. What % will he gain by selling it for rs.10200? a) 8.25 b) 6.67 c) 10.86 d) 12.12 2.) A man buys 150 kilo rice for at rs.30 per kg& mixes it with 200 kilo rice @ […]
Quantitative Aptitude Questions and Answers for IBPS Exams, candidate who are preparation for Bank Exam, please check all the questions and answers, these are questions which are asked in competitive exams like IBPS clerk, IBPS PO, IBPS MT and Specialist Officer. we have good collection of Arithmetic Aptitude.
IBPS exam gives aptitude test in the preliminary exam as well as main exam, considering the importance of quantitative aptitude; candidates should prepare it well for clearing CWE. The banking exams give a weightage of 75 marks in quantitative aptitude to test the mathematical / numerical ability of aspirants. Being one of the most weighted sections, it demands focused hard work and regular preparation. The questions are formed from simple mathematical concepts yet too many candidates fear from this topic.
Quantitative aptitude consists of questions based on mathematical concepts and the ability to solve them as fast as one could. During the IBPS exam, it’s the speed of solving questions correctly that matters. It is therefore considered a good practice to exercise aptitude questions regularly and not loose time on solving questions during exams. For honing the skills of solving quantitative aptitude, one must know simple tricks to solve questions without committing common mistakes.
क्षेत्रमिति फॉर्मूले (Mensuration formula) द्विआयामी आयत/वर्ग/व़त्त ::: ►वर्ग •क्षेत्रफल = भुजा² •परिमाप = 4 x भुजा •विकर्ण = भुजा√ 2 . ►आयत •क्षेत्रफल = लंबाई x चौडाई •परिमाप = 2(लंबाई + चौडाई) •विकर्ण = √ (लंबाई² +चौडाई²) . ►व़त्त •क्षेत्रफल = πr² (आंतरिक भाग) •परिधी = 2πr (बाहरी भाग) . त्रिआयामी आयत/वर्ग/व़त्त ::: ►घन •आयतन […]
Dear Reader, below are 7 types of profit and loss problems which you will often find in bank exams. Though some types look difficult at first, you can solve them easily by using simple formulas or profit and loss shortcuts. Type I: Direct Formula Based Profit And Loss Percentages (Why This Is Easy?) This type […]
Time (SI unit – seconds) and distance(SI unit – meters) are fundamental quantities of measurement. For a distance ‘d’ covered in a time duration ‘t’, the average speed ‘s’ or simply the speed is defined as the rate of covering the given distance or distance covered per unit time. Therefore, and, distance = speed x […]
IBPS 2016-17 Quantitative Aptitude Test – Set-2 The ratio of income of A&B is 2:1.They expend and save in the ratio 5:3 and 4:1 respectively.If total savings of A&B is 5000Rs find the income of B? 8000 b.9000 c.6000 d.7000 Mohan pune se mumbai kisi saman ko kharidne jata h. us saman ki kimat pune […]
David purchased a house for Rs.75000 and a site for Rs.15000 respectively, if he sold the house for Rs.83000 and the site for Rs.10000, then find the resultant percentage of gain? A. 30 % B. 330/3 % C. 31/3 % D. 3.33 %
A shopkeeper fixes the marked price of an item 35% above its cost price. The percentage of discount allowed to gain 8% is A. 18% B. 20% C. 22% D. 24% Answer: B Solution: Let the cost price = Rs 100 then, Marked price = Rs 135 Required gain = 8%, So Selling price = […]